In a little over a generation, organisations have been transformed from hierarchical structures to collaborative environments. Staff and volunteers have moved from long-term commitment to valuing variety and frequent change.
It is imperative that leaders are equipped with strategies to build a culture which attracts and inspires, implement leadership which supports and empowers and shapes an organisational climate which produces both productivity and engagement.
In this session, Claire Madden will unpack seven leadership qualities that emerging generations resonate with and equip leaders, managers and teams to attract, engage and retain talent across a multi-generational workforce. Join us for this stimulating discussion moderated by Dr Robyn Johns, Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations in the Management Discipline Group at UTS Business School, and find out how Gen Z is transforming the workplace.
Claire Madden is the nation’s leading voice on Generation Z. As an author, social researcher, keynote speaker and media commentator, Claire is in demand as an expert in interpreting social trends, demographics and implications of generational change.
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